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September 11, 2013

Healthy Snack Ideas For Office

Most of us spend more time in the office as compared to home. Spending more hours in a day working in the office can make it difficult to eat healthy all the time. It has been found that during this time people are more prone to eating unhealthy foods. This is one reason why metabolism and energy level of office goers are less. 

If you are serious about your health, then you must keep a check on what you are eating during your office hours. There are many healthy snack options that you can choose and enjoy them whenever you feel like eating something. 

Here are some healthy snacks for you to choose: 


Sprouts are a healthy snack option that you can enjoy anytime. Keep a box of sprouts at your desk. Add a little bit of salt and pepper and enjoy your healthy snack to drive your hunger away.

Oat Biscuits

Those who have a sweet tooth can carry a packet of oat biscuits in their bags. Oats are low on calories and tasty also. Next time when you feel low on energy, eat one to two oat biscuits and within few minutes you will feel energetic.

Boiled Egg

The nutritional benefits of a boiled egg are not a secret anymore. A high-on-protein food, hard boiled eggs are also considered a healthy snack. Carry one to two boiled eggs separately or mix them along with a salad of your choice.

Dark Chocolate

For sweet cravings you can always have dark chocolates. Opt for a piece of dark chocolates once in a while when you are tired of having salads and fruits.


Carrying a fruit with you when you leave for office is a healthy snack option. Oranges, apples, avocado, pear, banana or a guava are considered a healthy snack and these fruits also help to keep your belly filled for a longer time period. 


Nuts make for a good mid-morning or mid afternoon snack when you are at work. All types of nuts like almonds, cashews, walnuts and so on are good for your health. However, as nuts are high in calories (about 170 calories per ounce) you need to eat them in limit. Always carry a small box of assorted nuts with you. 

Greek Yogurt

Greek yogurt is a great source of calcium, protein and Probiotics which is good for your digestive system. You can have a bowl of Greek yogurt as mid afternoon snack. You can even mix some berries or granola with Greek yogurt to make your snack even tastier. 


For a good evening snack, a bowl of popcorn is a good choice. But your popcorn should be free of butter and salt. Make your popcorn at home with flax seed oil or olive oil and a bit of your favorite seasoning. 

Boiled Corn

Corn is a great source of vitamin C and having them on a regular basis helps you stay on the health track. You can carry boiled corn in a box. Before eating the corns, add some salt, pepper and lemon as per your taste. You can even try grilled corn. 

Whole Wheat Bread

You can eat a slice or two of whole wheat breads to satisfy your mid-morning and mid-afternoon carvings. Peanut butter and whole wheat bread is a good choice. You can even try sandwiches made with whole wheat bread, cottage cheese, tomatoes and cucumbers. 

Keep these low-calorie, nutritious snacks in a cabinet, drawer, or your briefcase as healthy options for occasional snack carvings. These healthy and nutritional snacks will not only add that needed energy boost for the day, but they are delicious also to satisfy your taste buds.